anarcho-syndicalism

Pipelines, Pandemics and Capital’s Death Cult: A Green Syndicalist View

Sign saying, Call off the RCMP, We Stand on Stolen Land

Covid outbreaks at extractives industry sites bring together shared interests and concerns of the diverse working class—blue collar and white collar workers in various industries, Indigenous people, including site workers. This provides a green syndicalist analysis of these issues and convergence points of resistance.

Bows and Arrows: Indigenous Workers, IWW Local 526, and Syndicalism on the Vancouver Docks

The first union on the waterfront of so-called Vancouver was organized by Indigenous workers, mostly Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh. And it was organized on an explicitly syndicalist basis as Local 526 of the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW), which would become known as the Bows and Arrows. The Bows and Arrows took an active, politically militant approach with a commitment to Indigenous solidarity and organized on a multicultural/multiracial foundation of class solidarity.

What is the International Workers’ Association and why should you join it?

A recent article written by Leeds SolFed on the 99th anniversary of the International Workers' Association.

Collectives in the Spanish Revolution - by Gaston Leval (2018 Updated & Improved Edition)

A new, updated, and improved edition of a classic of anarcho-syndicalist economics -- a detailed eyewitness and analysis of the successes and struggles of a libertarian socialist economy

Interview with Esther and Sam DoIgoff – Doug Richardson

An interview with longtime anarchists Esther and Sam Dolgoff on the anarchist movement in the United States from the 1920s to the 1970s, published in the Spring 1975 edition of the journal Black Rose.

Senex's Letters on Associated Labour

The oldest complete work of socialist economic theory

Anarkismen - Stig Dagerman

Av Stig Dagerman.
Från sid 28-32 i Stig Dagerman och syndikalismen.
Texten publicerades ursprungligen i "40-tals" februarinummer 1946, återgivet under ovanstående rubrik i Arbetaren 9 mars 1946, alltså artikeln som i det föregående omtalats med rubriken "Min syn på anarkismen".

Direct Action #10 (1982)

Issue #10 of Direct Action, with articles on asbestos, the police, union notes, Militant (now the Socialist Party), the formation of a new anti-militarist network, Arthur Scargill, the principles of revolutionary syndicalism, nuclear weapons in the Falklands, DAM support for a hospital workers' dispute, the Spartacist League, a plug for the French anarchist Radio Libertaire and the newly-launched US publication Ideas & Action, and more.